Armed Man Robs Umpqua Bank This Afternoon in Napa
Published by Post Reporter on January 10, 2014
An armed man robbed the Umpqua Bank in Napa around 1 p.m. today, a police lieutenant said.
The man demanded money from a teller, placed it in a duffle bag and left the bank at 3271 Browns Valley Road. He was last seen walking south through the Moose Lodge parking lot, Lt. Debbie Peecook said.
Police units with a search dog from the county sheriff’s office, a California Highway Patrol helicopter, Napa police officers and sheriff’s deputies searched the area but did not find the suspect, Peecook said.
It’s believed the same suspect robbed the bank on Oct. 29, Peecook said.
The suspect, a white man, was wearing a black beanie, sunglasses, black long-sleeve shirt, black pants and tennis shoes. The duffle gun and semi-automatic gun were black, Peecook said.
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